Cannabis Vs. Corona
An exciting new study published in the “Journal of Natural Products”, stating that Cannabis can help fight Covid-19, has stoners rejoicing everywhere. Social media platforms have ignited with commentary and every news outlet in the country has run at least one headline. My first inclination was to run out into the streets with a megaphone, call for the cannabis community to unite, and pass a communal dutchie to the left-hand side. Thankfully, I don’t own a megaphone. That inclination may have been jumping the gun, just a little bit. While this groundbreaking new evidence has proven to be as viral as Covid itself, certain aspects of the information have quickly disseminated into the realm of common misconception. As part of Dizpot’s mission to provide “old school service” we proudly assume the responsibility of empowering our customers with the facts. Its just one more way we put the customer first. Here is the information you will need to benefit from Oregon State University’s findings that Cannabis can protect you in the on-going fight against Covid-19.
Three Cannabis Businesses That Deal in Good Weed and Good Karma
Marijuana sales surpassed the billion-dollar mark during 2022 in Arizona alone. A report in Cannabis Business Times projects sales to be over $50 billion dollars globally by 2026. That kind of money could obscure the moral compass of Ghandi. In the past, industry growth like what we see in cannabis cultivation has propagated a breeding ground for greed and corruption. I can imagine an alternate universe where the prohibition of marijuana never occurred, where John D. Rockefeller types may have bought and sold the quality out of the plant and destroyed the earth in the process. Fortunately, we are still in the growing phase of an industry that has the potential to make the world a better place. The responsibility rests on the shoulders of not just the businesses, but on the consumers as well. We have the chance to guide a burgeoning industry into a realm of positive social change by the brands we select. If cannabis companies allocate even a small portion of their profits to doing some good, they can realistically engender the positive sweeping change we want to see in the world.
How I Beat The Needle
Watching the sun rise in Phoenix is almost always beautiful. What for most people would be a moment of perfect aesthetic zen was for me a feeling of internal winter. Each morning began with heroin withdrawals pushing their way like ice picks through every pore on my body. The sunrise signaled another day I would have to figure out how to get myself well. I had to stand up, brush the dirt off of my clothes, pack up my camp site which was usually behind some city bus bench and formulate my daily heist. In a way I'm grateful for the experience. Having to learn how to hustle while dope sick built a deep-rooted mental fortitude that has stayed with me to this day.